Scheherazade: Comics About Love, Treachery, Mothers and Monsters is a 2004 anthology edited by Megan Kelso.


Energy, ferocity, and a dazzling variety of drawing styles unite and light up the pages of this new anthology, which uses the yarn-spinning skills of Queen Scheherazade as inspiration for unraveling its own stories. Showcasing the work of 23 of the most interesting female graphic novelists working today, both well-loved veterans and new and emerging artists, this collection appeals to devotees of both comics and graphic novels, not to mention those enjoying the third wave of feminism. Not since Twisted Sisters: A Collection of Bad Girl Art has there been an anthology with more female velocity